Elite cohesion in mediatized politics : European perspectives
- Eva Mayerhöffer.
- London ; New York : ECPR Press : Rowman & Littlefield International, 
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- x, 229 pages ; 24 cm
- Mayerhöffer, Eva, 1982- author.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- List of Figures /
- 1. Introduction /
- 2. Elites in Mediatized Politics /
- 3. A Model of Elite Cohesion within Political Communication /
- 4. Political Communication Elites in the European Context /
- 5. Inter-Sectoral Cohesion in Political Communication /
- 6. Sector-Internal Cohesion of Media and Political Elites /
- 7. Elite Cohesion as an Explanatory Factor /
- 8. Conclusion / References / Appendix.
- (source: Nielsen Book Data)
This book presents the first comprehensive analysis of the political communication elite- high-ranking journalists, editors, politicians and their communication advisors - that shapes the content and form of political messages, news, debate and decisions in modern democracies. Based on an innovative combination of elite theory and political communication studies, the book develops an integrated and comprehensive approach to elite cohesion in political communication, focusing on the extent and patterns of attitudinal consonance among media and political elites. Building on unique survey data from more than 1,500 high-ranking politicians and journalists in six European countries (Sweden, Denmark, Germany, Austria, France and Spain), the book provides unique insights into current reality of mediatized politics, and the key players shaping it.
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